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1. Phase II randomized controlled trial of hypnosis versus progressive muscle relaxation for body image after breast or gynecologic cancer. (Abstract)

Phase II randomized controlled trial of hypnosis versus progressive muscle relaxation for body image after breast or gynecologic cancer. Sexual dysfunction, fueled by body image stress, is prevalent in women with a history of breast or gynecologic cancer. Preliminary data support that mind-body connections may improve sexual health outcomes through improving body image.This randomized controlled trial compared hypnosis to progressive muscle relaxation (PMR). The primary outcome was body image (...) at week 6 as measured by the Impact of Treatment Scale for women who have or have had breast or gynecologic cancer.Consented participants were randomized 2:1 to hypnosis or PMR. Both arms consisted of three face-to-face sessions delivered by a trained therapist. Sessions were every 2 weeks for 6 weeks; participants practiced at home between sessions using an audio recording.Eighty-seven women were randomized, 59 to hypnosis and 28 to PMR. Both groups reported significant improvements on body image

2019 Breast cancer research and treatment Controlled trial quality: uncertain

2. Hypnotherapy or transcendental meditation versus progressive muscle relaxation exercises in the treatment of children with primary headaches: a multi-centre, pragmatic, randomised clinical study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Hypnotherapy or transcendental meditation versus progressive muscle relaxation exercises in the treatment of children with primary headaches: a multi-centre, pragmatic, randomised clinical study. Many children suffer from headaches. Since stress may trigger headaches, effective techniques to cope with stress are needed. We investigated the effectiveness of two mind-body techniques, transcendental meditation (TM) or hypnotherapy (HT), and compared them with progressive muscle relaxation (PMR (...) and appeared to be safe.Trial registration: NTR 2955, 28 June 2011 ( www.trialregister.nl ) What is Known: • Stress may be an important trigger for both tension type headache and migraine in children. • Good data are lacking on the effect of transcendental meditation, hypnotherapy or progressive muscle relaxation as possible stress-reducing therapies in children with primary headaches. What is New: • Three non-pharmacological techniques, i.e., transcendental meditation, hypnotherapy and progressive muscle

2019 European journal of pediatrics Controlled trial quality: uncertain

3. Progressive Relaxation in Hypnosis

Progressive Relaxation in Hypnosis Progressive Relaxation in Hypnosis Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Progressive (...) Relaxation in Hypnosis Progressive Relaxation in Hypnosis Aka: Progressive Relaxation in Hypnosis From Related Chapters II. Preparation Call attention to body parts sequentially Patient relaxes each body part when prompted Variations of relaxation Tense and release muscle groups Imagine warmth (descending into warm bath) "Letting go" or experiencing "deep calm" Feedback Suggest that the patient is doing well Patient moving into nice state of relaxation III. Technique Take a deep breath and relax

2018 FP Notebook

4. CRACKCast E165 – Sedative Hypnotics

CRACKCast E165 – Sedative Hypnotics CRACKCast E165 - Sedative Hypnotics - CanadiEM CRACKCast E165 – Sedative Hypnotics In , , by Dillan Radomske March 29, 2018 This episode of CRACKCast covers Rosen’s 9th Edition Chapter 159, Sedative Hypnotics. While much of the care for overdose is supportive, certain withdrawal patterns can be life-threatening. Knowing how to manage the agitated and sedated patient concurrently are necessary for these presentations. Shownotes – Key Concepts Barbiturate (...) blocker. Endotracheal intubation to protect against emesis, aspiration pneumonitis, and hypoxia is often necessary for patients with significant CNS or respiratory depression from GHB overdose. Withdrawal from GHB or its precursors begins with anxiety, tremor, and insomnia, but it can progress to a severe syndrome characterized by delirium and autonomic instability. Management of this syndrome often requires high-dose benzodiazepine or barbiturate therapy (because they are GABA depleted). Rosens

2018 CandiEM

5. Progressive Relaxation in Hypnosis

Progressive Relaxation in Hypnosis Progressive Relaxation in Hypnosis Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Progressive (...) Relaxation in Hypnosis Progressive Relaxation in Hypnosis Aka: Progressive Relaxation in Hypnosis From Related Chapters II. Preparation Call attention to body parts sequentially Patient relaxes each body part when prompted Variations of relaxation Tense and release muscle groups Imagine warmth (descending into warm bath) "Letting go" or experiencing "deep calm" Feedback Suggest that the patient is doing well Patient moving into nice state of relaxation III. Technique Take a deep breath and relax

2015 FP Notebook

6. The Impact of the Hypnosis on the Loss of Weight at Patients in Failure of Bariatric Surgery

by telephone every 15 days to which will be associated 7 individual sessions of hypnosis and 3 individual sessions of learning to autohypnosis. A recording containing the induction of a self-hypnosis session will be given to the subject at the end of the 10 sessions, in order to promote the continuation of home-made autohypnosis. Behavioral: Hypnosis There ar 10 hypnosis sessions : 1st session of hypnosis : relaxation and orientation towards "emotional cleansing". 2nd session of hypnosis: oriented towards (...) The Impact of the Hypnosis on the Loss of Weight at Patients in Failure of Bariatric Surgery The Impact of the Hypnosis on the Loss of Weight at Patients in Failure of Bariatric Surgery - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more

2018 Clinical Trials

7. Randomized Controlled Study of the Efficacy of Hypnosis Versus Relaxation and Control in Neuropathic Pain

Pain: a Randomized Controlled Monocentric Study Actual Study Start Date : January 2015 Estimated Primary Completion Date : September 2019 Estimated Study Completion Date : September 2019 Arms and Interventions Go to Arm Intervention/treatment Experimental: Hypnotic analgesia Hypnosis sessions: Hypnosis will consist of 45 minutes hypnosis session with a trained hypnotherapist Behavioral: Hypnosis sessions 1 session per week during 8 weeks Experimental: Relaxation Relaxation group: Relaxation (...) Randomized Controlled Study of the Efficacy of Hypnosis Versus Relaxation and Control in Neuropathic Pain Randomized Controlled Study of the Efficacy of Hypnosis Versus Relaxation and Control in Neuropathic Pain - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100

2014 Clinical Trials

8. Hypnotic tape intervention ameliorates stress: a randomized, control study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

for progressive relaxation, imagery, and anchoring to be used for 2 weeks. The results show that, as compared with baseline and wait-list conditions, the hypnotic intervention had a medium-to-large beneficial effect on participants' experience of stress, burnout, and well-being. Some participants also decreased their use of the coping strategy escape-avoidance postintervention. Hypnotizability correlated significantly or marginally with some outcomes of the intervention, but only for 1 group. (...) Hypnotic tape intervention ameliorates stress: a randomized, control study. This study (N = 35) used a randomized control design, and participants were collected from a variety of groups. After evaluating their degree of stress and burnout, coping styles, general well-being, and hypnotizability, participants were matched by stress level and randomly assigned to an intervention or wait-list group. The intervention comprised an audio recording of a hypnotic induction accompanied by suggestions

2013 The International journal of clinical and experimental hypnosis Controlled trial quality: uncertain

9. Medical hypnosis as a tool to acclimatize children to non-invasive positive pressure ventilation: a pilot study. (Abstract)

to obtain a progressive psychocorporal relaxation. All patients accepted the interface and the NPPV after the first hypnosis session. A median of three sessions was needed for overnight (>6 h) NPPV acceptance. The 6-month compliance with NPPV was excellent, with a median use of 7.5 h per night.Medical hypnosis is an effective, safe, noninvasive, and inexpensive tool for reducing the anticipatory distress and acclimatization time for NPPV. This therapy is particularly useful in children with traumatic (...) evaluated.Hypnosis was performed in nine children aged 2 to 15 years. Seven children had a high level of anticipatory anxiety because of a tracheotomy since birth (n=2), a history of maxillofacial surgery (n=2), severe dyspnea because of lung disease (n=2), and morbid obesity and depression (n=1), and two children with obstructive sleep apnea failed standard NPPV initiation. The hypnosis techniques were based on distraction in the youngest patient and indirect or direct hypnotic suggestions in the older children

2013 Chest

10. Hypnosis for asthma--a controlled trial. A report to the Research Committee of the British Tuberculosis Association. Full Text available with Trip Pro

at progressive relaxation. Treatment was randomly allocated and patients were treated by physicians in nine centres. Results were assessed by daily diary recordings of wheezing and the use of bronchodilators, and by monthly recordings of F.E.V.(1) and vital capacity. At the end of the year independent clinical assessments were made by physicians unaware of the patients' treatment.There were 252 patients (127 hypnosis and 125 controls) accepted for analysis, but a number of them did not continue (...) assessors, both treatment groups showed some improvement Among men the assessments of wheezing score and use of bronchodilators showed similar improvement in the two treatment groups; among women, however, those treated by hypnosis showed improvement similar to that observed in the men, but those given breathing exercises made much less progress, the difference between the two treatment groups reaching statistical significance. Changes in F.E.V.(1) and V.C. between the control and hypnosis groups were

1968 British medical journal Controlled trial quality: uncertain

11. Recommendations for good practice in Ultrasound: Oocyte retrieval Full Text available with Trip Pro

expectations at the time of scheduling; the role of the ‘verbal anaesthetist’ is to begin to set the tone with calming conversation while taking the patient into the room. The environment can be made more relaxing with darkened lights, music in the background and care taken to ensure that the room temperature is made comfortable (21–23°C) ( ; ; ). It is commonly used in in-office procedures of many disciplines but is poorly described in the literature. – Hypnosis is another form of anxiolytic, which can (...) of scheduling; the role of the ‘verbal anaesthetist’ is to begin to set the tone with calming conversation while taking the patient into the room. The environment can be made more relaxing with darkened lights, music in the background and care taken to ensure that the room temperature is made comfortable (21–23°C) ( ; ; ). It is commonly used in in-office procedures of many disciplines but is poorly described in the literature. – Hypnosis is another form of anxiolytic, which can be used to achieve better

2020 European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology

14. Management of Poisoning

should be used (pg 57). Grade D, Level 3 B Patients with actual or potential life threatening cardiac arrhythmia, hyperkalaemia or rapidly progressive toxicity from digoxin poisoning should be treated with digoxin-speci? c antibodies (pg 57). Grade B, Level 2++ B Titrated doses of benzodiazepine should be given in hyperadrenergic- induced tachycardia states resulting from poisoning (pg 57). Grade B, Level 1+ D Non-selective beta-blockers, like propranolol, should be avoided in stimulant toxicity (...) shown improved clinical symptoms with its use (pg 135). Grade D, Level 3 D Chlorpromazine may be considered for suspected serotonin syndrome refractory to standard treatment measures. Chlorpromazine is a serotonin receptor antagonist neuroleptic. Anecdotal case reports have shown improved clinical symptoms with its use (pg 135). Grade D, Level 3 D Dantrolene may be considered for suspected serotonin syndrome refractory to standard treatment measures. Dantrolene relaxes skeletal muscles and prevents

2020 Ministry of Health, Singapore

15. American College of Rheumatology/Arthritis Foundation Guideline for the Management of Osteoarthritis of the Hand, Hip, and Knee

), inade- quate blinding, and inadequate provision of active comparators and appropriate sham alternatives. Further, short- duration RCTs cannot provide adequate prognostic information when applied to a complex disease such as OA, in which pathophysiologic processes are slowly progressive over decades. We focused on management options that are available in the US and, for pharmacologic therapies, we additionally focused on agents that are available in pharmaceutical- grade formulations, thus (...) , but varied from 2 to 6 times weekly. Tai chi is strongly recommended for patients with knee and/or hip OA. Tai chi is a traditional Chinese mind- body practice that com- bines meditation with slow, gentle, graceful movements, deep diaphragmatic breathing, and relaxation. The efficacy of tai chi may ACR/AF GUIDELINE FOR MANAGEMENT OF HAND, HIP, AND KNEE OA |??? 7 reflect the holistic impact of this mind- body practice on strength, balance, and fall prevention, as well as on depression and self- efficacy

2020 American College of Rheumatology

16. Treatment for Insomnia and Disrupted Sleep Behavior in Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder

that is the primary biomarker 10 for circadian sleep regulation. Melatonin has chronobiologic (circadian) functions and hypnotic 11 effects. Over-the-counter (OTC) preparations are considered supplements and not subject to US 12 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) purity regulations. Pharmaceutical grade preparations are 13 prescribed for exact dosing. Behavioral therapies for children aged =5 years include unmodified, 14 graduated extinction; positive routines; and bedtime fading. 21 Older children (...) in OTC 23 32 formulations. No medications for insomnia are FDA approved for pediatric use. Melatonin is the 1 most commonly dispensed hypnotic drug in children. 41 However, melatonin concentrations in 2 OTC formulations differ, and some formulations are contaminated with other products (e.g., 3 serotonin). 42, 43 In 2014, the European Consensus Conference published consensus guidelines 4 acknowledging that pediatric melatonin safety/tolerability trials are limited but there is no 5 evidence

2020 American Academy of Neurology

17. Recommendations for good practice in Ultrasound: Oocyte retrieval

insertion as it projects where the needle tip will progress. - It is advised to keep the needle in the centre of the follicle during aspiration and observe the follicle walls to collapse around the tip. - The needle tip markers must be observed at all times as it is manoeuvred within the ovaries and into each follicle; the needle tip should never be advanced if not visible. - Aspirate the follicular fluid containing the oocyte/cumulus complex by application of suction. - The walls of the follicle (...) . It is important to set patient expectations at the time of scheduling; the role of the ‘verbal anaesthetist’ is to begin to set the tone with calming conversation while taking the patient into the room. The environment can be made more relaxing with darkened lights, music in the background and care taken to ensure that the room temperature is made comfortable (21-23ºC)(Cho and Choi, 2016, Yeo et al., 2013, Zhang et al., 2014). It is commonly used in in- office procedures of many disciplines but is poorly

2019 European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology

18. Insomnia

at night but getting up at the same time each day. The purpose of this therapy is to increase the level of tiredness before sleep so that patients can break the mindset that they have difficulty falling asleep. Once a good sleep pattern is established, the amount of sleep can gradually be increased each night. Relaxation training Relaxation training includes techniques such as progressive muscle relaxation, guided imagery, and abdominal breathing. The purpose is to lower physical and mental stimulation (...) if behavioral treatments have not been successful. The SmartPhrase .avsinsomniaptinfo provides an overview of insomnia therapies for patients. Evaluate for: • Comorbid medical conditions • Comorbid psychiatric disorders • Other sleep disorders With BHI screening tool, screen for: • Depression • Substance use disorder • Alcohol use disorder Review current medications. Recommend one or more behavioral approaches • Sleep hygiene • Stimulus control • Reduced screen time • Sleep restriction • Relaxation training

2019 Kaiser Permanente Clinical Guidelines

19. Treatment of Patients with Schizophrenia

al. 2017; Large et al. 2011). Other substance use disorders, if present, can also produce or exacerbate symptoms of psychosis (American Psychiatric Association 2016a; Large et al. 2014). Thus, as part of the initial evaluation, it is important to determine whether the patient uses tobacco, cannabis, or other substances such as alcohol, caffeine, cocaine, opioids, sedative-hypnotic agents, stimulants, 3,4-methylenedioxy- methamphetamine (MDMA), solvents, androgenic steroids, hallucinogens

2020 American Psychiatric Association

20. Treatment of Depression in Children and Adolescents

behavioral therapy, IPT, directive counseling, Katathym-imaginative psychotherapy, family therapy, parent education, self-help groups, problem-solving therapy, autonomic training, combined-modality therapy, psychological adaptation therapies Lifestyle: Exercise (physical activity), diet therapy, mindfulness (including mindfulness-based stress reduction), meditation (including mindfulness mediation), relaxation therapy, massage therapy, music therapy, art therapy, integrative restoration, visualization (...) , tai-chi, yoga, spirituality, acupuncture Supplements: St. John’s wort, SAMe, fish oil, melatonin, L- tryptophan, folic acid, 5-HTP, zinc, chromium, gingko biloba, vitamin E, omega-3 fatty acids, hypericum, inositol, selenium Other: Electroconvulsive therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation, light therapy (phototherapy), hypnotherapy (including self-hypnotherapy), neurofeedback, deep brain stimulation, biofeedback All other interventions Pharmacological interventions: SSRIs: Citalopram

2020 Effective Health Care Program (AHRQ)

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